Last year we supported


Compton Care (Compton Hospice)

Compton Care provides a range of services including:

  • Inpatient care which might be to get symptoms under control, respite care

and end of life care.

  • Care and support in the home.

  • Carers supportive care.

  • Bereavement care

  • Complementary therapies

  • Physiotherapy

  • Counselling


Birmingham Children's Hospital

This city centre hospital is a leading UK specialist paediatric centre, offering expert care to 90,000children and young people from across the country every year.

“No child wants to spend time in hospital, but for many of our patients the Birmingham Children’s Hospital is their second home.

Some are born with conditions that mean they will need ongoing treatment and operations throughout their lives. Some may need a transplant while others may only be with us for a few days.

Foe however long our patients are here, the money you kindly donate will be put to good use. We depend on donations to ensure that we are providing the best possible care and patient experience for all our children and their families.”



‘Sands’ is the stillbirth and neonatal death charity; it is a national organisation but has a local branch in Wolverhampton.

Sands works to reduce the number of babies dying and to better understand the causes of baby deaths. They work with the government and other organisations to drive change and raise awareness of the issues relating to baby loss.

Sands provides bereavement support services at a national and local level. These services include a Freephone helpline, a mobile app. on line, community family support packs, memory boxes and support groups run by volunteers.